Is it safe to sail on the Stena Line?
Sail safe on the open seas with Stena Line. You can book and find all our offers and prices, information regarding routes, time tables, and national COVID-19 safety measures here. The Stena Line Freight route network is one of Europe’s largest, linking key ports and road connections across Northern Europe.
Where does the Stena scandica ship come from?
The vessel is the first of two Visentini vessels that are being lengthened and modernised by Stena RoRo at the Sedef Shipbuilding in Tuzla, Turkey. Stena Scandica will start operating on Stena Lines route between Nynäshamn in Sweden and Ventspils in Latvia in the beginning of July.
What kind of ferries do Stena Line use?
The countries where Stena Line offers services to are Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Netherlands, France, Great Britain, and Ireland. Our fleet consists of RoPax, combi ferries and cargo vessels.
Is the Stena Line a fossil free ship?
Stena Line aims to change that with their first completely fossil-free ship. Stena Line is determined to be the leader in sustainable shipping. And even though the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world around us in 2020, we focused on keeping our 2.2 million passengers and 4,300 employees safe and the vital supply lines in Europe open.
When did Stena Line take delivery of the Stena scandica?
Stena Line takes delivery of Stena Scandica We have officially taken delivery of our newest RoPax ferry, Stena Scandica, on Friday 18th June. The vessel is the first of two Visentini vessels that are being lengthened and modernised by Stena RoRo at the Sedef Shipbuilding in Tuzla, Turkey.
When does the new Stena Line ferry come out?
Despite the ongoing pandemic, ferry company Stena Line has achieved another important milestone in its major new fleet investment programme with the ‘launching’ ceremony of the first new extended E-Flexer vessel in Weihai, China. The vessel was ordered in 2018, the construction started in 2020 and the delivery is expected in 2022.